Grateful Dead Live at Paramount Northwest Theater on 1972-07-21
This show has been commercially released as Download Series Volume 10
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Paramount Northwest TheaterLocation Seattle, WASource SoundboardLineage SBD> MR> CX3(?)> D> CD> EAC> SHN
SBD> MR> CX3(?)> D> CD> EAC> SHN; edits (pitch corrected, normalized), encoding, vined by J. Cotsman, with thanks to Mark Sweeney
May 19, 2015
Download series #10
The version from the download series is reeeeeally nice
August 17, 2013
Forget about this source, if you run across it - really, the download series is totally the way to go here. Summer '72 usually is kind of an underdog period, given all that went on in Europe; this is a great show and representation of the period. There are three major highlights here -
*China Cat > Rider
*Playin' - short, tight, sweet -
*Other One > Comes a Time - a real easy-jazzy piece that goes through a pretty serious deconstruction and drops into Comes a Time so beautifully.
July 23, 2006
3 1/2 stars?
I'd give this 3 1/2 stars if I could. The sound quality isn't really all that bad - better than many I've heard - but generally inferior to a lot of other Dead boots. Snag this one directly from the server if you want to keep it for posterity.
February 16, 2006
Grateful Dead Download Series Volume 10 - 7/21/72
Available at http://gdstore.com/ with filler from 7/22/72.
February 2, 2006
List of Songs
I just finished listening to this show.
I sure liked it.
I noticed that the list of songs was not included and realized some of my friends might enjoy knowing the song order.
Bob Wier "introduces the newest member of our musical family who is going to help us out on vocals" you guessed it, Donna.
She sings along on "Playin in the Band".
Check out the 22 minute version of "Around".
I thought the sound was great.
High on Pine Mountain
1. Sugaree 4Â 52Â
2. Tuning and Fun 1Â 45Â
3. Black-Throated Wind 6Â 13Â
4. Âan equipment malfunctionÂ 3Â 02Â
5. Cumberland Blues 6Â 36Â
6. Bobby Magee 6Â 20Â
7. Loser 6Â 10Â
8. Âunion drummerÂs breakÂ 2Â 39Â
9. Mexicali Blues 3Â 25Â
10. China Rider 5Â 16Â
11. I know you Rider 6Â 42Â
12. Down the Line 3Â 28Â
13. Stella Blue 6Â 33Â
14. Âintroducing new memberÂ 2Â 31Â
15. Playin in the Band 10Â 08Â
16. Tennessee Jed 8Â 18Â
17. Casey Jones 7Â 12Â
18. Âwell anywayÂ 1Â 05Â
19. Me and My Uncle 3Â 20Â
20. Deal 5Â 53Â
21. Jack Straw 5Â 02Â
22. He's Gone/SYF 9Â 44Â
23. Âwe should have done thisÂ 0Â 43Â
24. Truckin 9Â 59Â
25. Drums 0Â 36Â
26. Drums 3Â 43Â
27. Around 22Â 12Â
28. Comes a Time 6Â 40Â
29. Tuning 1Â 45Â
30. Sugar Magnolia 7Â 06Â
October 18, 2005
Wish I could go back!
It's too bad the recording quality isn't as good as the performance. This was an awesome show! The Dead came on stage just after 8:00 and, with a break, finished with barely enough time for folks to catch the last buses out of downtown to get back home.
This was the show that turned me from a mere fan into a fanatic!
September 9, 2005
The glass is half full.
The sound ain't top notch, but very listenable indeed, and the playing is of the absolute highest order. The band that returned from Europe had so much crackle, verve and confidence, and this is it on display. Don't sleep just because it's not super cwispy. It's ultimately about the music. You're better off burning and dancing to this than any '82-'95.
January 7, 2005
Wish it sounded better....
For Performance this would get plenty of 5 star reviews if not for the lack of sound quality. The jam between Phil and Billy into The Other One is cunning and daring with Phil playin' around with Billy a little bit at the intro.I suspect there is a nice sounding copy out there.